18 Burst results for "Babacan"
"babacan" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak
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"babacan" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Way onto a human being going to the candy shop and that human had absolutely no idea probably because it was five degrees fahrenheit and they had on a very thick jacket right so because otherwise. Yeah you did yourself in this person who doesn't know that they're carrying around parasite inside of a hamster although as they have circulation issues. The hamster which is totally fine was turned over to the spca. An animal officer. Amy sturt said. We've named little adrenalin junky. Tom cruise for giving his mission. Impossible asked attempt to get some treats from pound candy shop. Certain said officials are now attempting to find the hamsters owners who you would have to assume live near or in the candy shop because it died because it's five degrees celsius. How about that. Little pallet cleanser news story for you new sorbet. The guys like sir. I found this Hamster inside my pants my ass. The tough part though is when you hamster you. Just get a new hampshire. I bet. I bet that when they call the people are contact with people who lost the hamster. Oh we already got another one. Don't worry about it you keep that. they're very disposable. They found a hamster on a customer. Which this richard gere. What are you doing filming a movie here. A little back. Us taps gerbil richard gere situation. I fell as he did it back. People saying you know. We go back down onto fellas brought to us by as usual australian hot ohio correspondent rick. Oh thank you. Ricky cheers mate. This one comes to us from the northern territory of australia. Okay it's about two. Two buddies. Cam fulston kevin join. Ah two alsi men out. In the bush enjoying a noise ride on the fishing boat laying some tiny crab traps in east point australia about eighteen kilometers north of darwin. That's a capital of the northern territory. Darwin is northern australia. It's known for big crocs big box and big ass bottles of bs right right now guys. I darwin northern territory right literally larger than a bigger the other territories of australia the beer bottles of logic or is it some anyways the boys here cam and kevin they're out in the bush along the edge of the water they come across naked forty year old man just hiding in the bush babacan. You play the clip. It was suffering pretty bad very wake up very dehydrated. Have you got any more. They might territory. Mangroves are dangerous place. They've been craving down that to the man tried keeping out of reach a might himself a little nest as well. Put a few branches down south. They found this and they saved him from the crocs. It was a pretty incredible story. Shit down there. He's eating snails live. This guy looked like well bubbas the short hair or the mullet. Both of them look like well. But the dude. The first guy looks a lot more like will just because of the mustache. I'm gonna gender. And i'll throw it up. You're talking about if we're we're to grow a moment you're saying like wave. If all was the long hair looked like one of those fine mates from nolan territory. Camp foster and will join. What was he doing. There watt why was he. There is a fugitive. Okay as west pointed out. He was eating snails for a few days. He was covered and scrapes it cuts to write messy had himself in turns out. He's a fugitive for armed burglary. Tried to hide out the bush after popping off his ankle monitor and back to the old concrete sin. Been for him. I much better in there. Yeah it does sound better than crock. Infested waters and that was taking it back down under with heart hot. Ohio correspondent rick. Thank you ricky. Good in the mirror because you were able to. I mean that was good. Yeah you're gonna get better. You're actually started great but you can even like start and stop you can be thrown off and still stay in that working on it. We're recall keeps it in australia. Visualize you riding a unicycle. While you're doing you stayed on the whole time. They should do. Moats with crocodile-infested water. 'cause around like the if you're rich and your livers and i was looking at northern. Yeah you're right. I was looking at the northern territory. Which is remote australia and ba. That said it's grown for big crocs big cox and big ass bottles of beers literally. It's known for like only being dudes who get hammered thin so secure system. You don't need a camera if you've got a moat with or that's the kind of place where crock moat would do. Really well can sit. Children's tv programming has been the glue that holds together societal structures since it burst on the scene with howdy doody and nineteen forty seven. It's a free babysitter. That helps kids mold themselves properly during critical developmental stages teaching them valuable lessons about side norms and expectations as well as that account and not be racist like your parents anyway. New danish children show is following in the footsteps of marquee. Children's shows like sesame street and the electric company with a new claymation program that aims to remove the shame and quote embarrassment. A lot of us feel about our bodies The show which is called john diller mond follows the title character as he navigates the world and the challenges that come with having serious body deformity in the form of a gigantic twenty five foot penis. That's candy striped no way. Big tough that is for those. Those people with twenty five foot get longer. Pat people can relate income longer like pinocchio as long as it's not to get. Yeah there's no restrictions no it gets long can be short. it can be long. It's everywhere guys diller. Pat diller stands for diller is Is is dick in in danish. It's slang for dick dick dick dick and he's ten fleet feet away from it. Yeah guys dillard is Just like you i. He goes about his day doing things.
"babacan" Discussed on Pulse of AI
"Let us done to think about hot. Can we incentivize framework or platform where all the communities can share the knowledge together. But the centcom finds a unique approach themselves. So what we sell. What babacan restoring team have everything clicks. Because i realized that in fact this nucleus can become a benchmark for minute teams to come and solve against it and improve the model across multiple geographies differently and yet shared the know together. Becoming common put of knowledge and these pe- common put on us becomes a foundation for bigger prescription prescription. That could help policy makers health organizations to better insight mechanism to make those decisions and that was the foundation of what we identified as receives mechanism because for society compensations. Mid to be able to mitigate and while this is the last time to meet going gonna see in our lifetime this is live this is like a reality show where we are part of immediately jumped into the good news was that not babacan restore were extremely a Collaborative but the whole team. What if your data on everybody else's consent jumped in we with our team. We jointly build a sandbox model sandbox. We article Two months challenge and the rest is history but this challenge is just a first phase of evaluating. Am data could be foundation for better decision. Making what would not repeat humans and we should not everything on just yet where freddie far from the future but we have a lot of began do ready and the amount of competition can do the month of prediction that we can provide if we think of it as a model that could be instead shifted in every city at low People even school district to make their own local decisions against this could be today only viewed as a comfort level. So this is what we were solving for and this challenge came together by by this association. So let's dig down into the contest itself who's involved. What's the exact mandate everybody's coming together. What are they specifically trying to. Solve and bach. If you could talk about that that'd be great as amir said we're using what we created cognizant as sort of a blueprint for what can be done and extended and expanded and scaled. And so cognizant. What we built was two phases. One was created predictor. That can give us a prediction of how the pandemic is gonna impact different regions. And then in a second phase what we did was. We took that predictor and created a prescription against that..
"babacan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For news from your neighborhood and Albert Parnell joins us. What do you have for us? First off? How did you sleep? I slept pretty well. Two of you did. Okay. The alarm woke me up today. Sometimes I wake up on my own. I don't know what you wake up on your own. Yeah. Wasn't it And that weird ho I know. And I usually sleep like a rock. I usually wake up on my own 90 minutes before have to wake up. That's the worst. I know as the worst. Maybe I'm just excited to see you guys. That's our copy, out of butter us up to get you s Oh, this is coming out of us. Stanislas County, So Cal State Stanislaus is donating to medical grade freezers to help store Colvin 19 vaccines within the cow. Why those things? They're red hot, deep freezers or red hot right now. Uh, so there's a new super Anu a Batman movie coming out? Yeah. Like a four hour epic. No, thank you and get this. I'm reading about it this morning. They're dropping the F bomb in that movie, like no one's ever heard that word before, right? What's wrong with these people? I don't know. Just leave Babacan. Batman. Just please be like G or PG. And can we wrap it up in two hours and two would be nice. Save the world in two hours. I'm for intermission. No one's got time for four hours. I know. So anyway, something coming up we're talking about the vaccine distribution is now rolling out the Fizer vaccine. We have the first nurse about this time in Queens yesterday and A nurse later on that day down in L A. My sooner Scott. It s so we're gonna have a little bit more on the reaction to it. And when another vaccine might be coming out, Okay, Very good. With traffic reports. Every 10 minutes on the 10 this morning keeps rocked her fairly quiet. Start on the freeways around Sacramento mornings and afternoons. Look out. He's bound traffic hazard in the number two lane, we move you on news 93.1 kfbk..
Travel to Devon and Cornwall, England
"Welcome to amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Devon and Cornwall. I'd like to welcome to the show. Ryan Duffield from Devon who has come to talk to us about the city of Plymouth in southern England and also the surrounding area, including Devon and Cornwall. Ryan welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me Howie. Good well, you know and it's funny because we just talked about the English coast, but we've moved a little further to the West and talk. Talk about a different region of the coast than we did on the show recently when we talked about Suffolk and the the downs. Why should someone go to Plymouth Plymouth? Actually it's a fantastic city. It's a city that goes amazing maritime history and tradition that dates right back to the medieval times, but actress quite often overloaded when people think of cities in England. They think oh of Lunden Bama again. Manchester Liverpool perhaps. I think Plymouth is just as much. Interest is end if those cities, but it's just north of us so much, and I think particular twenty American. Listeners interested is also the city where the pilgrim father set sail on the mayflower. Sixteen twenty associated with the traditional thanksgiving. S Pre interesting point. Is also surrounded by beautiful coastline. It's right on the border of the county's of Devon and Cornwall these are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK down in the South West of England, said Scott lost offer. Willing we're looking for dividend cornwall if we go down to the English map and you go far bottom left. That's where we are, and if you go further bottom further left from there, you end up in the ocean. So we're. Right on the south coast of Devon Oklahoma so are literally facing out to the Atlantic okay well and facing out towards the south. Yes, excellent well, what? Are. You GonNa. Recommend Fourth Festival is obviously starting in the city centre, so the city is actually pretty much based around the coast and its large harbours, so I would say starting day Sutton Haba, which is the main harbor in the city and that so where the city spreads out from I'm from around the. You've all sorts of things to say side. You've got things like the mayflower steps. Steps, which is where there's the pilgrim fathers actually set sail from and this museum dedicated to that you've also got what's the Barbican? which is this old coupled street state specs, medieval periods, which is full of these is correct, slim pubs and bars, restaurants shops things like that, and it's one of the few passes cities. The city was actually bombed June. Sacramento War by the Nazis and the. The city was destroyed, and this is one of the well preserved areas of that city out, also recommend site just basically following the coastline of the city's known as Britain's Ocean City for good reason, because it will revolve around that and overlooking the area. What looks like is huge, fool trust, but what actually is actively operating? Royal Marines and Royal Navy base. That's right in the heart of. Of the city and they still have people that you can save people, training and things, and they actually do tours of that interestingly and I'm not sure how many military basis you can know many Abitur tour during the middle of the day. You can't do that well and it seems like one of the reasons they do that, too. Is You mentioned? This is not a new military base. Quite historical, so this is where the ships sailed out to fight the Spanish Armada for absolutely, and the city is very synonymous with Francis Drake. Who is the man who led the defeating of the Spanish the? He was from Plymouth. Things like the main shopping center in the city named optimus could drake circus, and you'll find lots of other places around the city named after him. You also have along. Along the Bob sell them this coupled medieval street. You have the Plymouth Gin distillery, which is actually the oldest gin distillery in the country, and of course you can go in then you can have tools that you can find out how the GIN is made. You can find out the botanic WHO's they use? Jin's at the end of that. So if you're GIN, Fan Pathak place to go we'll. Get into more detail on all these things. So in terms of the BARBICAN. For instance you mentioned the Plymouth Gin distillery. There are different pubs and things. Do you have a favorite pub? Is there someplace that we ought to check out? There is a place I feel bad commending it, but there's a web spins now Weber spins is a national chain across the country. If you live in the UK, you know about web of Spain's. They've actually got really nice bar that down on the Babacan. Babacan, which is right by the Plymouth Gin Distiller Selfish Nickel Jin from that, but they've got huge selection of our genes of a drinks there, but all the buildings there because they're all medieval style buildings that is then become ingrained within the actual itself garnered sovereignty. Highly recommend that this is places down the thyroid record. Think of any off the top of my head. Okay mix over a new kind of places and very traditional old pubs as well which great.
"babacan" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"All. Paul grateful dead covers with his movie playing in the background. So that's Super Rad. Super Cool and and robs gotta water station. That's it's out there for to refill your bottles and a bit of the the echo version of what we're looking at and and then Trevor Trevor. It's GONNA be out there. We're still figuring out with trevor. What exactly He wants to do. He wants to be part of it and greet fans and Be Part of it and So yeah I feel very blessed that those three involved with it and the champs just one of the many cool different things it's like there's so many different events within within the events at the festival. What about San Diego's a military town? What are you doing for veterans? So here's the military discounts on all tickets. It's so when you go to waterfront festival dot com. That's there so the veterans we got a really cool event that ends Sunday night called Guitar Legends Three. And it's the kind of the one act that I would say skews older me my dad. Your Dad like whoever whatever he wanted to be at the end of the day And so we partnered up with Babacan and a good friend of ours mart Martine Martine and they've done this guitar legends one and two and they had talked to me about it. You should bring that out and let's be that have that be the headliner for you. Know Ninety three on the pop rock race age. It's a fundraiser for America's Salou which is a veterans based charity. And they've done it twice before and it's super cool so it's it's Kinda based with Kenny. ARONOFF aren't off. Excuse accuse me and his all star Band and then it's billy gibbons from Z.. Top IT's Steve Luther from Todo. It's worn hanes from government meal and Dan all brothers and it's George thorogood and Nancy Wilson from heart and these are all rock and Roll Hall of famers. They come together. They'll play a couple of songs on their own different duets and then just a full on jam band at the end. It's being filmed live there on on the spot it's being canned on the WB really ain't going to be broadcast nationally. Probably December so think about think about this cool event eh sixty or ninety minute special. That's could be broadcast to the world and it's going to be the Qatar legends three from wonder front and so it becomes incredible marketing arm for us. You know all four K.. Cameras and drones and imagine the footage. We're going to get out on this thing at North Mark Darrow. On a beautiful Sunday Sunday night the twenty four th so very different. Nobody's doing that and it's also a tribute to what used to happen. Streets in construction used to have something called the hendrix experience and they'd have kind of ripping guitarist. Come down this kind of our version for it. I expected this to really expand and what you would see. Even next year is Some others like a Santana antenna or somebody and then and then the younger generation it could be a post malone. It could be a nick. Jonas that love playing guitar but to be able to play with an icon auto. Like where else would they get a chance to do that. So it's a mutual admiration society. We WanNA create something really cool A safe place for these guys come in and just jam and really enjoy enjoy and appreciate each other. And you're creating a unique experience with obviously with flagship to with these yachts where these bands literally the Green Room is on the San Diego. That's fucking incredible. I mean where else can you do that. I'm abandoning. I'm in agreement. I'm on a on a floating yacht. That's hosted in sitting there. And then you know a pontoon boat comes and picks me up and takes the United States or whether. I think it's pretty like once again. I haven't seen all festivals pretty sure most festivals. Don't have that you you know. These guys are cooked away and in a tent or they're sweating it out somewhere else. I gotta go into beyond the Bay and be able to kind of cruise around until they go unique but we want the artists to feel special at the end of the day and go. Wow this was a different festival not to mention San Diego where we stayed and we did the after parties season two before cruises on the bay or whatever we just walked on the boardwalk. But I think that's a unique unique activation and all reactivation are going to be like that special in different and Creating something different to me is That's the important part. The normal regular festival experience plenty of our as well. I think one thing I do want you to talk about especially as somebody certified facilities executive somebody that's spent his life in. Entertainment is explaining the economics of wife. Why are we moving towards festivals? CELS as opposed to what we've done in the past. And how does it help. Actually the end user come at a cheaper price to enjoy more music. Well I guess I was starting to tell you that if you're looking for any form of rest relax ation peace of mind not worrying arms back in a lazy boy chair part of the time. Don't start a festival done. Start up again. The festival business. It's not even but at the festival business the fact that you're building a small town for a week and you're assembling and disassembling that quickly. We'll do you steal this when when we do our amateur barbecue contests and we have twenty amateur barbecue teams. I tell people people that I'm running twenty weddings at the same time. And you have. How many different bands come and different? But one hundred thirty weddings along along along ten different locations with all sorts of activation spots. And and it's you know what if it was easy everybody would do it. And you've seen scene with fire fast and other people that's why people have been waiting from the get-go and go. Is this going to be another fire fast. Is this really happening. You know rule right on top. This happening whatever ever and so. Unfortunately there's woodstock fifty went down. John Reese went down. Fire Festival was fifty years ago. Yeah they had a woodstock festival. That was supposed to happen this year. The cancel all really so because it takes expertise. Yeah and it takes a lot of money and it takes a lot of dedication education and at the end of the day you gotta be pot committed on this thing to make partners pot committed and you need party support. Hot Committee need of Vision Tourism District all of them have all been great and then we took a weekend specifically. That is the slowest weekend. So whether you're the gas lamp association or whether you're Every bar restaurant and hotel the magic that you've created something that is really a gift back to San Diego you go into the attendees because you can come into this event for one day. How much a one? Day Ticket It's only seventy dollars on on Friday. It's only ninety nine on Saturday under your son every other festival. You have two hundred three day all three days and live in the desert with the Dan band choking down some best so my point is in Coachella is like the gold standard people love it. They go up there they do one hundred and fifty thousand people a day or one hundred twenty five this first they were capping it at thirty thousand people a day. We wanted to be a great experience. We want to bring everybody together. Like that's why we added the Latin stages and why will add country. It's it's like. This is a festival for San Diego by San Diego and I can't stress that enough if I wanted to feel deep in your core and special to you if you love San Diego. We're trying to put this festival on for you Your huge financial undertakings and to take a long time to get where they need to go And that's not that's not the initial look at this thing. Of course you've got investors. Investors put money. WanNa make money over time right. Nobody says can I put money into a festival and plan on losing all of it and can I do it again correct. But there's a bandwidth on this that you have to look look at. You gotta be pot committed. You've got to put down the base. Illit agai layer balls on the griddle. And you gotta go and you just the way I feel about the city.
"babacan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Hello and welcome to Monaco on culture with me Robert Bound on today's show we're going to be talking quietly holding heads and sharing out the alka Seltzer as we McAfee denied the in Mexico City to New York we were wobbly when Legos in Tehran came round the night that becomes much fortunately for the purpose as of Radio Anyway these are just the nightclubs of your about which the barbecues new exhibition cooled into the night focuses celebrates ternate history of the arts and the social role of going out from the eighteen hundred s to the nineteen sixties you thought that going out with just about dancing and catching someone's I well in certain places at certain times Times it's also about specific venues offering a platform which ideas can be exchanged before anything more Bodley many artists set up for over the design decoration atmosphere and manifesto for certain social spaces designed not just to be fun and freeing but to promote a way of living thinking being night where the gathering was an idea perfect society the Babacan show features sets burnt posters props costumes re-creations of whole rooms and dance laws to tell us story venues that were driven by ideas and joining me to discuss the exhibition barbican other writer and curator Franchesca Gavin an art editor of Timeout Eddie.
"babacan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The last time this is a great story about a fan but I have have a point to get to would you rather feel like a potato or look like a potato feeling yeah. What do you mean feel like a potato potato? Just lounge touch to touch your box and whether it's magic it's just kind of potatoes Potato Mash potatoes wrench frost NATO chip. If it's a potato to the touch do I only look like a potato but feel like a human. I WanNa feel like a potato because I can hide my feelings to eat yourself. I'm saying because then people won't know you just hide it. Is it because you're already shaped like a potato. Maybe WHOA says that's not that's what I thought to myself. I'm already shaped like a potato does so I know what that feels like. What does it feel like be a potato unanswerable question fairly useless kennex potato <hes> oh yeah oh yeah like a potato all answer? No one else wants to. I WanNa feel like a potato. What is it like like? I don't know I've only felt like human. I'd rather not look like a potato unless it's a Mr Potato head then I can look like anyone right. Yes yes scary eerie. You might think you WANNA BE MR potato. Had you do not you could lose a near. You can lose knows you can lose an I sure you could just pop on a mustache from time to time but the way the wrist is not outweigh the reward here. I'm telling you what would you do without a near for your whole life as an excellent point. I can't believe that your fear has gripped you. Even when analyzing rising Mr Potato Head your fear of injury your General Hypochondria I've never been able to lose an ear before I lose all kinds of things my keys my phone my badge. This is Mike my Fifteenth Badge so far imagine if I was able to lose an I I'd lose it all right favorite type of potato. That isn't a French fry easy scalp potato scallop potatoes me to groton rotten race gratin thing. It's just a mashed potato. It's a sliced potato slice. It sliced potato. Yeah is French fry universal like if we had everyone would be playing for second place in the in the potato kingdom in terms of consensus with French fries baked potatoes does pretty good solid baked potato butter sour cream confronts Russians prefers a baked potato over French fry. Nobody nobody no French. FRY is a hall of its its Babe Ruth of the of the potato kingdom. It is the greatest food I don't baked potatoes now. TATER tots data ties is at the same thing entails overrated hashbrowns. Wow chips you guys are not for remembering potato chips. I like a good big sweet potato. That's good but I think the butter in the Chicago area but I think Dan is right though the French fry is the Babe Ruth of the potato categories not I mean potato chip all right just put it on the poll just just like that French fries or potato chips. Just put it on the poll and then what's the other one that you WanNa make potato tater tots tater eight or tighter township high is <hes> is a pretty strong twitter base around people feel way more passionately about tater tots what are tater tots aren't tater tots Hash browns or are they French fries like if you Hamas. What do you consider Hash Brown or it's the one block you get McDonald's? We all know right picture more of your Casual Breakfast Diner slither Yeah Tater tot yeah and he thought this was a bad question what I was going to ask you and where I was headed. Is You walked me off earlier in the show your favorite dipping sauce Babacan Brand fries fried what white boy and specifically for Tater tots 'cause. It's a different texture altogether. If you say French fry if you say ketchup you're telling on yourself while I catch up with my sweet baby raise barbecue sauce for French fries. I catch up at the Taylor. Yes favorite type of TATER TOT is Sweet Potato Tater tot and that goes well with perfect ailey owiny. Okay okay okay okay well. You Got Roy's attention right there. He wasn't thinking in those terms but you've changed..
"babacan" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Because we were told that healthcare was going to get fixed ever ObamaCare that was the whole deal. Big big big, we need Babacan that's going to fix the healthcare system. Everybody's going to be happy. So what happened with that? So Democrats say healthcare is the biggest issue. What are you safe for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred also if you have any inside information for us any additional information that was a terrible situation. Sunnyvale last night, El Camino and Sunnyvale Saratoga road. Some guy purposely crashed into APEC restaurants Toyota, Corolla, we do nothing about the guy at all. They're not telling us anything, which only raises our suspicions all the more. So if you know anything about that give us a call for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred on K as if oh also sharpies win just epic victory last night. Congratulations to the sharks in overtime. Game seven win. They move on to the playoffs. They beat Vegas. We appreciate that. Thank you shark. And all you fans that were at the game for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred okay, I've given out the number another number type, we have a special guest. Also, another whistle blower guests coming up. This is a guy who is a high profile conservative in the state who has experienced social media shadow banning the social media giants have so much powered influence, and I realized that private companies how did you describe it earlier share? Yes, they're private companies, but they operate in a way in which what did you say we think that they're public because they it's almost like they use the public airwaves. Right. They're using the internet, even though they're private companies, public domain. Yeah. So, you know, it's just like it's interesting because we are a private corporation here k is owned by Cumulus media, private company. And yet what we? Say in the way, we do business is highly regulated because these are federal airwaves. Right. Exactly. And and and some would say, well, that's how we need to start treating the internet as well. I would agree. Anyway, we had a guy who's experiences own silencing shadow banning. So we'll talk about that too. Katie green right now, she's got the traffic.
"babacan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Tell me that by guys always put dress socks on starting with the right sock. Thank god. I go. You're ever. Get around at it puts that dress sock on the right spies by. Yeah. We're learning lots of day. Grounds. All right. We'll TMZ reports that Conor McGregor and could be nelga made off. I said that correctly are affecting suspended for their roles in the UFC two twenty nine post fight brawl so Connor was hit with a fifty thousand dollar fine. And he'll be eligible fight. Yep. He'll be eligible to fight again on April. Sixth could be suspensions different. He was hit with a five hundred thousand dollar fine. And a nine months ascension, but he will have the ability to get a three month reduction if he makes an anti bullying video hold on a second guaranteeing on the rematch number made off. Okay. Connor gets vanquished. And he's sitting there on his the on his bought like on the canvas gonna lean against the fence kind of dazed and confused and Khabib hubby could he could leave. Bell? Right ever start screaming spits on then he goes over the fans they start fighting with the Russian Kroll. Then other guys jump in the ring and start throwing punches at McGregor. I'm not sure why mcgregor's getting fine. I mean at certain point he was trying to fight back and his whatever bad things about the Russian guys shocked out. And then you're sitting there and a bunch of guys jump in the ring and try to kill you. I don't know what your part is. It's probably carry because from throw Connor said thing. Yeah. Yes. Connoisseur things about their organized crime possible connection that really pissed them off. Gary. There was also when Khabib went over the fence a few members of Khabib team went over the fence the other way from the audience into the octagon and came at Connor aggressively. And before they had a chance Connor threw the first punch and hit one of them. Yeah. They're saying he threw the first punch at a civilian. I'm sorry. When when guys who are wearing tap out. He go over the fuck and top railing land, shiny. No the from this guy's camp and two of them Spar with them or wants his judo coach or something and they come running at you ask what what their businesses. You do throw the first buck in punch more. Yeah. That's neither here nor there. Right. Right. And then who's in the wrong number mate? Okay. Then AJ don't remember. If this is the guy you were talking about bringing up just in case cousin. He's an MA fighter was also involved with the ball. He received a one year suspension at twenty five thousand dollars. That's the guy brought the story to you guys. The other story that's going on with Connor that's making the rounds. Is that on December tenth he was brought in by cops in Ireland question about a rape in a nightclub. There are people who think it's not true. There are people I talked to a news organizations, and I says it is true. He was questioned and then released. We're still waiting to find out if it's true or not, you know, it strikes me that all these guys. And I don't know where could be is from. But there's these guys it's like remember how pork was the new white me. Sure. These guys from you crack stand or like the new white meat like we used to have twenty nine Babacan pick Randall Tex Cobb guys from like, Oklahoma. The white guy the Baltic is. 'cause they up wrestling bears and keeping on the floor and walking through seven feet of snow and stuff like there. The new why not into getting his head, bashed and more black neighborhoods in America? It's about brushing horrifying neighborhoods where you you eat like a loaf of someone's to eat someone's shoe heel for week thing. It's like the worst underprivileged poor people in Russia. The guys again, the guys who will always be the fighters will just be the poor people. You know, choose used to fight Italian Gianni Mirisch. He was quite a fighter. What's his heritage? Johnny mathis. I don't think this is real last name. Oh, he oh interesting. He's oh God, we looked it up Trinidadian. No. He may he may be Caribbean. Got some got some Hispanic and some black Hispanic Trinidadian something weird resilient in Spanish interesting. Mathis Israel Lessing. Wow. Interesting..
"babacan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"AM AUSSIE Richard junior from Chicago going to the free throw line. Quiet. I out but in the second half, he's come up with seven points. And now as you make the free throw. This is an Iowa team. Babacan can look at it. I mean Fram McCaffrey can run nine ten guys. I mean, if somebody gets a little bit of foul trouble. There are keys to this team. He's got a pretty good bench while he's had some of those guys that have had to play minutes and other physicians which only makes you stronger because of all the injuries they've ad. So from that sometimes you team gets a little bit stronger. The big picture that was another interesting question. You had asked him in the role. Really interesting. Second free throws good Iowa by ten twenty six seconds to go on the game Jacqueline all the way down the floor trip. Daddy, got tripped on purpose because there's a foul on that. Slipped more than anything. But with a ten point lead twenty three seconds. I can understand why the official. Would call that. I can be a deciding call in all likelihood, but it was a tough loss. Lost his footing the replay. I mean, nobody touches her. As they would say hockey, you'll valley wacky lost the edge. Jay Jackson at the free throw line makes it all ten of his points. Have come in the second half the needed to keep Ohio State at least interested here. Second free. Don't miss that. Rebound controlled by bear of Iowa kicked out of bounds on path by CJ Jackson, twenty eight ago, and I will lead seventy one sixty two. Conor McCaffrey will check in the lineup. And again, the number Iowa has outscored their opponents by nine at the free throw line. They average eleven. They're going to get a chance to add tunes going to be a foul bounds on Jackson. Fouled out of the game. That has not Lisa Jackson. That I got hold on the not him. So how state will have to make a substitution? And that will be Dwayne Washington. Check in. Meanwhile, Fran McCaffrey talk exorbitant Iowa after this game there next four they go to Penn State. That's this week. I'm sixteenth next week at home here against Illinois. Then they got Michigan state come calling and then at Minnesota the buckeyes if they lose this game noses through this will be three in a row. She's a team that the highly fodorov after their great start. They won twelve of their first thirteen Bob. The only lost. Syracuse open big ten play with wins over Minnesota and Illinois. But now is could be free losses in a row. They've all been strange. They were leading Michigan state by seven at the half. Time ended up losing at home eighty six seventy seven on the Rutgers game we talked about that was more like a football game that was low scoring Ohio that Rutgers. It took them four and a half minutes scored their first points of the game. When they did they were down four. And then they they Ohio State had a chance late couldn't finish it off. And now here today, they just played a poor. Second half and on the verge of losing their third day. They gave up the last six points of the game at Rutgers. And so despite all the struggles that's the kind of game you said, why are we stole went on the road. They had a real chance to steal that one. But didn't get it. And now, I we're gonna in all likelihood put him away here with a nine point lead and twenty point six on the clock Bohannon at the free throw line, and that is good. So's got him in one of his career. Just six in this game. Go hand in averages. Eleven one coming. And caleb. Western back on the floor for Ohio State Kalayaan east. Today for live state. It's been a tough go. Now Bohannon another free throw here team up ten trying to make it eleven. This is in the air. And around the Ronaldo, good rebound. Buck is oh and Dwayne. Washington slipped on the floor lost it out of bounds. And we've got. Yeah. He's hurt. And it's a turnover. Couldn't you couldn't even go after the ball. His ankle was hurting him. So. Seventeen seconds left in the game. I will ball ten you've got gotta think he's not here anymore. Twenty one turnover throw high AllState their downfall this afternoon. They were down two at halftime. I was gonna pull this one out and win their third in a row in the big tab as the horn sounds seventy to sixty two Hawkeyes they won fourteen games a season ago. This win today over a high state make some fourteen in three and Bob Fran McCaffrey's team if they can get healthy they can make some noise in the big ten going to be very every night's gonna be a dogfight in for most of this league. A couple of teams down at the bottom that are a little bit behind. But it's going to be an interesting year. This is the kind of game you're going to say they're going to be some are going to be slog fest and the first avenue then somebody gets going this game was really one in the first segment of the second half. When I were outscored by seven and basically milk that for most of the secondhand, maybe the I don't know if it's going to be the first question the fan Fran McCaffrey in the press conference after the game. At least the second will be up about the condition of Tyler cook, he left in the second half and looked like he was a lot of pain on the left tackle that'll be something to keep an eye on. After this game. Slight rain. But as you said a very very important player. St. we'll see how serious it is three in a row in the big ten for the hawk is once again, our final score, Iowa seventy two Ohio State, sixty two. Bell von producer, just aware and engineer. Dave, abbott. Bill rosinsky valid send it back to John Brickley in the studio with the post game show. Bill rosinsky. Bob ivano. Thank you so much. Great job by you both this afternoon. It's college basketball on ESPN radio has been presented by peleton. Learn more about the peleton bike at one peleton dot com or visit your local showroom Iowa. With the road win. Jeff that at home seventy to sixty two over number sixteen Ohio State, the buckeyes fall to twelve and four overall two and three in conference play for Iowa with that win now fourteen and three on the season three and three in big ten play up next while highlights from I was win over Ohio State this afternoon and a last second win in Tallahassee as this.
"babacan" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"The remotes. And then you'll get you got it. Okay. Yes. Which it up? There's a technical issue. So all right. Well, while he's doing that. What did we learn there? Well. He's a good rapper. That's right. That's one thing. We learns four short. We'll basically they could both pretty easily do the visual identification task which tells me that you don't really need to use much of your simple courts, which is involved in processing visual information to wrap you can raise identified objects in the room visually while without breaking flow. Then we did the math problem, and it looked like it would be pretty hard. But actually both could pretty easily Q it that's because mathematical processing involves the part of the brain called the parietal cortex, and it's also involved in your body orientation in space. That's why you can all around a lot while wrapping it doesn't really mess you up. She can impact do math problems and wrap. However, when we got in the memory problem if became a little. In order to recall, memorize wrap your using a part of your brain called the dorsal lateral prefrontal. And this is a task of working memory or online memory, which is also using the same part of the brain. So if you don't have the rap really locked down, and you're still like all you'd have to utilize activation that part of the brain. Now simultaneously give you another task. That's taxing the same part of the brain it becomes difficult. You're not able to do Babacan always get it. Sometimes he gets three out of four. It's true. Right. Sometimes don't get them. All but it's really difficult. But what it does a lot of practice with the rat. Yeah. The last time he performed a Rottweiler live on stage. This morning in the shower..
"babacan" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Yeah, that's the point which is where we're doing it and create that reaction you. I I love love the. the, I read it was really doing it. And they're saying when you when you get to a point where people are stealing elections and breaking down democracy and trumping of women's rights and all the rest of it. And do you expect the left to carry on playing necks God? No, we're gonna. We're gonna play nasty and I love the beautiful kind of situation is aspect of it and that when the left place nasty, there's a thick stream. If you're in it, I like that day that you know if you've been told over again your eight year, read serving satanic purposes. All right, then. Yes, yes. Do you think that you know observant Christine? Brett cabinet really is gonna is gonna secretly believe this is real. Let's hope so. I'm hoping it's going to be new Netflix series as well next year of witches. Absolutely. Andrew closing time also features. Bradford Pratt features Britain's weight, and it is there's a suede documentary coming out soon. A couple of weeks time on Scott's call the insatiable ones. However, it's been preempted by fake sway documentary called v. insatiable 's. And it's really, really funny too. You can watch it on YouTube and it's so fully matters from swayed as tweeted himself saying. This is really, really funny. It basically is it's in the style of the. Matt Lucas, David Williams pop stories of your story of swayed in grand mockery and and great pump pump, and the guys made it as can actually a reasonable swayed impersonation with the kind of the high, but also the cadences music as well as the made up songs and full of great clever foot. Very, very funny gags is doing on the chiefs so eases old, press pictures of swayed and this kind of thing. We'll be a picture of suedes sort of press picture from about five years ago and he's changed my awesome to be about seventeen feet tall made no comment on it whatsoever. Everytime sway dimensioned that there that the logo comes up, but it's the pope logo or it's slow, but it says swayed. Oh, the plan, but cruelest of all. So this is he knows the indi pop inside out really, really inside out and the vocal impersonations very funny. They. He really knows his swayed Laura's while because he's making say, Bennett Butler finding found somebody he could collaborate with himself on his records, this kind of thing. And it's like you clearly. Now unlike this band enough to make the jokes, so I will stick it only on the on the Facebook page tweet as well, but it's called the insatiable, if you if you know anything, it's all about you will laugh your head off. Mike is in time, chatter is that I went to the barber can recently, and so an art show confront from Francis bridge are called wet Wang. Slack try and say that after you've had a few years and enjoyed the show immensely. But the Bob Bob conification of itself was driving me mad. There's an auto canonization of art spaces and music spaces and coaches faces. I will explain the moment. All it was selling was postcards of the Barbican and boot list books with bargain on cover everything was Babacan base. I couldn't even find a postcard. The exhibition I have been to, and I thought we, this is eating itself. This really is it's like going to the Tatum just looking at postcards at the Tate with pooper about the art..
"babacan" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"No, all that is is a number tweak, right? And you're selling something for ten dollars like the movie phone transaction fee dollars extra. You're not getting, you're not in. There's no work involved. It's just free profit for them. So the record I paid forty bucks for the season pass for this game, and I'm not paying anything micro transactions because yet one value to me one is not exactly. All right. That's a good final thoughts, even thank you so much for coming on this fantastic subject. We're gonna take another quick break and then Kirk and I will be back to talk about some off topic things. Hi, I'm Madeline Davies host of jazz avows dirt, cast Dirk cast digs deep on the shallow industry. Celebrity gossip giving you an inside. Look at how famous people publicists tabloids and even Scientology come together to create the celebrity news. You love to hate. Criminal activity and even one death that were covered up in order to protect the church. You can find the show on apple podcasts, NPR one wherever else you get your podcasts. And we are back. Thank you even for coming on and talking about the dreaded micro transactions with us thought those really interesting conversation. And I hope that the takeaway here is an all my God. Mike transactions are good or on my God, they're bad, and just that there's a lot of nuance to this, this whole conversation, which is the points that I've been trying to make before we say goodbye. Let's talk about a couple of quick off topic things. Then of course your music pick of the week. So first of all, Kirk better call. Saul ended this week and, oh my God, Jesus Christ. What. Men to this. This season has just been. So the thing about better call Saul that I think makes it better than breaking bad for me is that the entire time you're watching for people aren't familiar. This is a prequel show about Saul Kidman who is the sleazy criminal lawyer in breaking bad who helps out Walter right and Jesse pink fan. So he's a super sleazy dude in this kind of scumbag who will take on only clients that he knows her guilty and find ways to to get her like every loophole possible. He's like. What's the name? He reminds me of Michael Cohen Trump's layer. He's like that that did. He's like a fixer for criminals. Maybe little more likable than my home. Yeah, let them because Babacan and Kirk is very likeable and radical Saul is his prequel story of how he went from this do-gooder kind of like good heart and maybe not too good. A good hearted lawyer named Jimmy McGill to the sleazy scumbag that we know us. All good man. And because of that, you know where he winds up and prequel stories, oftentimes that can be a bummer and make them kind of suck because it's like, you know where this is headed. But in this because telling the story of Jimmy and his relationship to his brother and his relationship to this woman named Kim who we never saw breaking bad and you kind of know that these relationships are doomed in some way or another, but you don't know how. And so it has the sense of for boating or the entire time. And it's like, especially with Jimmy and Kim, you know that their relationship cannot last because Saul Goodman clear. Doesn't have a woman like this enter life in his life, but you don't know how and you feel like every episode it's coming closer and closer and you just have this great dramatic irony..
"babacan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"What are you talking about that will not be top Babacan Babacan. who's had the better QBR in the three meetings with Aaron Rodgers. Dak head to head with Aaron Rodgers three times who's had the better average QB bankrupt Prescott Dak min. I've had to stay open late hours for that. Sorry, I got thirty them how to l had plane. It. You can't explain because he's outplayed Aaron Rodgers three time. You know what's best quarterback. You're right because I'm not that analytical enough to get inside the QBR, but I can't explain them wins, explain them Bill. You want me. Do giants lost yesterday, Aaron Rodgers with their and beat up in the playoff hunt, beat the breaks off from last year. Tired of that. Odell can have eleven for one eleven this Sunday night. Oh, he get more than that Donald Hamill. Jalen Ramsey. No, j. j. we've got so. That's all we need all week to be woozy. Okay. Does Bryant back on his couch also back on Twitter. He wants to play with Tom Brady. Does. Bryant was very busy yesterday, but it was on Twitter instead of on a football field? Yes. He was busy tweeting during the Cowboys loss, and someone pointed out the Dallas would've won the game if they had does. And the recently cut kicker, Dan, Bailey and desert quote, real fact is when then asked as to come back to the Cowboys responded, okay, I'd rather go somewhere. I can showcase my skills for real. If I line up next to grant HOGAN element, I'm for sure getting one on one matchup plus I.
"babacan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I got time to bleed. Behalf had the commercials. Yeah, that would be trying to signal. Yeah. Soccer is good. John FOX, I'm good. I'd like to see a video of you chasing Victor Cruz there. Mike. You gotta work, you wanna get on the air. You gotta get it done. I will air both smoke breaks, Mike, you see if you get it done, think about who we're going to do here. Donlevatar texter race in what makes you happy? Stugatz. Why do I give off on air unhappiness? Do I give a little over recently recent? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we'll walk it on shells around here. Man, all of us. Very therapeutic implant came up. We can all agree money, money, money money makes them happy with all. Well, it's the things money buys, Mike, binge drinking. This is live at our show with us to God's own ESPN radio news, super team in the NBA is brewing, we will get to it and just a bit. Very exciting news. Plus the audience is demanding, Mikey, say, I don't know what the tell you. Mike, you see has to get a smoke break. He has to solidify big time guest up at Bristol today record the smoke break today, if he does. So I will air not only that smoke break, but the one he did with that, Chris Angi ammo that aired on. We get observations on Sunday morning and it was hysterical, it was great. Now the audience, our audience wants to hear that they want to hear, Mikey, see with fat, Chris, and Guillermo. So Mike, you see anyone, Mike, you see anyone pop into your mind if you thought of anyone yet that you might wanna pursue, maybe we can help you out with their. I'm actually in a meeting right now trying to discuss who could get, and I think we're gonna shoot big might as well. Right. Okay. You guys having meeting about this first meeting who's gonna who's. Got Bubba. One of the board ops hair, Jerry production guy. Production guy Babacan get stuff done. Is that right? Baba? He's a king can get things done. Are these all people who are supposed to be focusing on the show right now? And France here too. We're supposed to be working on the the big guns. This big as I can get, you could get Stephen if we wanted to be told. I don't know. Mike wants me to say this, Mike, you see in Bubba, have a bit of a rivalry and Mike doesn't like me as much as he used to because he made me choose between him and and chose Bubba, and Mikey did not like that, but I'm telling you, Bubba gets things done. Bubbas closer. I don't like Bubba. Like Billy? Yeah, Billy's. Okay. Billy key man. The outsider podcast last night. My podcast pick that name just dropped. Who else was recent guests? I was told a very special guest recently on on the podcast, someone who supplies something that is basically oxygen to you. Oh, yeah. The guy at the gas station has cells me my cigarettes last week episode. I'm not gonna air it semi that though. I did that's happening next week. Who are you to in where it's taken my idea for you and now because we no longer do the show you have now planted it on your own podcast. Too strong. Learn Wellman Hetty play Israel. It appears that this committee got together, it does. It appears. They got together and they said, hang, let's confuse everyone. The committee defined Stephen a. at the smoke break now, the committee. Well, that committee to the committee got together that decided urban Meyer's fates at Ohio states a three-game suspension without pay and he'll be able to, well, it can't be around the team. It's also temper second..
"babacan" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"babacan" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Let me ask you this question not overreacting because remember last year let me finish last year was bad the year before they did go to the playoffs now what i'm saying to you is i know that you were no fan of by mcadoo then back do i know that you would know babacan do is great ben mcadoo was a problem we understand that by macadear was the hall of fame basketball player that's an assistant coach of miami miami he's bench ben mcadoo is a former coach of the new york giants okay you were no fan of ben mcadoo what i'm saying is when you consider the absence of an offensive line the absence of running gain the weight at the defense and everything else fell apart on the ben mcadoo was back nola last season are you not overreacting to the whole odell beckham junior thing no i don't think he's a bad guy i just think he's extremely immature and he's he's a me i guy okay and it it it it doesn't you can win if you correct all those other things you're going to be a better team and if you slaughter lesser receiver in there you're not gonna find a guy but when tom in but if a guy is available tom he getting arrested he ain't getting in trouble he's just a little headache isn't it worth it when you've got the kind of talent he's got but steve what i'm talking about is the combination of the on the field stuff and the off the field stuff he's more excited to score touchdowns to do some crazy dance or get it to some history onyx off the you know at on the sideline then he has about the game or to what's going on in the next series so if that's the way i see him as a as a all player and i guess what i'm saying is when you're that great how come you can't work around that rather than trade italian like that that's my point there are a few what is everybody has to be quiet why does everybody have to be quiet boys i mean and tom just so you know in fairness to you this is just my mentality if everybody has to be quiet boys why do i need a coach in gm.